Wednesday, 12 December 2018

Heavenward by Olga Gibbs - Blog Tour

With the power to end the world, would you protect humanity when it broke you or would you take revenge?

Meet Ariel: a quiet, unnoticeable girl with an incredible gift…

Ariel never had an easy or pleasant life, but the arrival of three gorgeous strangers meant her measured life is turned upside down, as she discovers that angels exist.
Now against her will, she’s drawn into an ancient celestial conflict, where her powers will decide the fate of humanity.

Deceived, threatened, hunted and now on the run, who can she trust?

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Author Bio

Olga Gibbs lives in a leafy-green town, nestled amongst the green fields of West Sussex, England. She was writing from the age of fifteen, mainly short stories and novellas and was a guest columnist for a local newspaper. When she is not dreaming up new adventures for her imaginary friends, she does outreach work with teenagers.
She is currently writing a second book in the "Celestial creatures" series and another stand-alone psychological crime thriller book

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My Review

I just want to start by saying this book is way out of my comfort zone. I hardly ever read YA and even less fantasy novels. But when I was asked by the lovely Mel to take part in this blog tour, I was more than happy to join in. This book had actually been sent to me by Olga a while ago and I hadn't got around to reading it (sorry Olga). So this tour was a great way to bump it up my ever-growing TBR list.
The story revolves around Ariel, who is a strong-minded young woman. I loved her whole attitude and the way her character deals with things that are thrown her way. I loved the whole angel thing and the relationships Ariel develops throughout the book. My favourite character besides Ariel was Rafe, if you read/have read this book let me know if you prefer Rafe or Sam? I am looking forward to reading what happens next.
Another point that Olga got spot on were the descriptions. I could see in my mind what everything and everyone looked like. Having not read this type of book before I didn't know what to expect, I wasn't disappointed, this book is perfect for a novice fantasy reader like me. I could keep up easily with what was going on. Heavenward was a quick read for me and I flew threw it. 

Thank you so much to Olga Gibbs and Melanie Fraser for inviting me to take part on this tour. To find out what others thought follow the tour, bloggers and dates below. 

Olga Gibbs is giving you the opportunity to read Heavenward for free. Simply sign up to the Celestial Club here to receive a free e-copy of the book



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